- Brand Name: Duracell
- Part Number: PC1500BKD09
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Duracell Procell AA 24 Pack PC1500BKD09
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- Pack of 24 AA Batteries
- 10 year shelf life (each battery is individually date coded to ensure freshness and guaranteed fresh for 10 years).
- Reliable operation in temperature between -4F to 129F
- Contains no added mercury - No disposal issues.
- Increased battery life = longer service life, lower operating expenses, and an increase in productivity due to less man hours replacing batteries.
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I love that line in My Cousin Vinny.
You can find the Duracell spec sheets here and draw your own conclusions:
So I choose to save money. If I find in practice that they are inferior, I will update this review and trash talk the Procell.
The "Procell" designation is basically Duracell's way of marking these batteries as ones intended for industrial applications. They make them as a separate line so they won't directly compete with their consumer lines.
My experience is that these batteries do not last quite as long as the top consumer lines from Duracell and Energizer. However, they are within 10-20% (depending on the application), and are considerably cheaper. So, they are much more cost effective.
Unless you are using them in an application where it is difficult to change the batteries, I recommend going with these instead of spending more.
Over the next two months I saw these batteries FAIL rapidly, and not on power-hungry uses (like cameras or flash attachments). First they went out powering my keyboard and mouse. Odd. I replaced them (they're cheap, right?). Soon they died again. LED candles, 2 batteries each...used a couple times. Dead. Actually have two of these clocks: La Crosse Technology WT-8005U-S Atomic Digital Wall Clock with Indoor Temperature, Silver. Within weeks...dead.
Other batteries have lasted in these devices for more than a year. I meant to post this review but kept forgetting. To remind me I kept a few of these bad batteries sitting on my desk. See my photo of the "Procell" battery leak that damaged my desk finish. They are not even 4 months old!!!
I bought them due to the GREAT reviews...but looking back, I see many go back to 2007, 2008, 2010. Now I see plenty of one-star reviews in 2013.
Something has changed. These are junk batteries at best...and dangerous leakers at worse. Avoid.
How is it compared to Duracell Coppertop Alkaline batteries? They are identical - only the packaging is different. In essence, this package of twenty-four (24) batteries at this price is a steal. I use batteries mostly for my SCUBA strobe and Video light and four batteries will last a full day of shooting (2 hours plus of video and countless strobe shots). When depleted, I just dispose of them properly. Please don't just toss these in the trash. They can be recycled.
I hope that Amazon will do an "Amazon Basics" on batteries so we have some authority on freshness.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
they work great, make sure you hit the on button after replacing batteries. I forgot about it and thought they weren't working.Published 1 day ago by Krystahl
Not sure what happen to Procell brand, use to be the BEST battery period.
Not any more, will not take give it a 2nd chance, ruined two flashlights in under four months.
I started buying procells at the recommendation of a friend. With one of my orders a couple batteries leaked in some of my kids toys and a portable keyboard, but I figured I just... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jesse
spend the money and but the name brand stuff.
This battery dies out so quickly on the simplest items...
Same as the last report on batteries. Who knows until one needs them.Published 2 days ago by Leerae M. Blaylock
Bought batteries before Christmas. Got for candles. So you think you hv new batteries so I started throwing candles away not thinking it was batteries. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer